Banking trade groups have jointly called for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to withdraw a revised examination manual which would allow it to scrutinize discriminatory conduct under its authority to enforce the Consumer Financial Protection Act’s prohibition on unfair, deceptive and abusive acts and practices.
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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau signaled it plans to issue new regulations for ‘buy now, pay later’ firms to ensure they adhere to similar rules as credit cards.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently confirmed that companies without adequate safeguards to protect consumer data are at greater risk of being held liable under the Consumer Financial Protection Act.
Eight U.S. trade groups are urging the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to define data aggregators as “larger participants” subject to regulatory supervision.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau fined U.S. Bank $37.5 million for knowingly allowing employees to illegally access customer credit reports and for opening checking, savings and credit accounts without permission for more than a decade.
After seeing a 20 to 25 percent loss in overdraft/NSF fees in 2021, small banks largely rebounded early this year. Midsize and large banks have yet to recoup those numbers.